NuAire Class II Biological Safety Cabinets are designed as a monolithic unit. This means the shell of the cabinet is manufactured by welding sheets of heavy gauge stainless steel together to create a stronger core eliminating potential leaks. Try a NuAire and see why we are the safer choice.
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<p>Watch how the airflow in a Class II Biosafety Cabinet (BSC) offers personnel and product protection with the use of smoke.</p>
Removing and installing a rotor on a NuWind centrifuge is as simple as a twist of a dial and listening for an audible "Click".
Testing the adjustable base stand of your new pharmacy isolator is a great way to ensure your product is workly correctly.
Watch what items you should check off your list once your pharmacy isolator arrives at your loading dock.
Changing a rotor on a NuWind Centrifuge can be done in as little as 10 seconds. A twist of a dial, removal of a rotor, placement of a new rotor, an audible "Click" you are done.
The bucket of a NuWind centrifuge features a cam action type lock to securely create a biosafety seal between the bucket and lid.
Maintain sterility in your PharmaGard isolator by avoiding disrupting air over items located on the work surface.
The AllerGard NU-620 Animal Transfer Station offers personnel and product protection through a dynamic air barrier created at the openings of the cabinet.
Watch our product manager discuss our new Centrifuge offering during PITTCON 2016
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Airflow in a negative pressure compounding aseptic containment isolator (CACI) is designed to keep you safe.
Changing gloves on your Compounding Aseptic Containment Isolator must be done on a routine basis. Follow these simple steps to safely change your CACI gloves.
Changing sleeves on your Compounding Aseptic Containment Isolator is recommended at minimum twice a year (please follow your SOP). Follow these simple steps to safely change your CACI sleeves.
Changing sleeves on a Compounding Aseptic Isolator (CAI) must be done at minimum twice a year (follow your SOP). Watch this video to safely and easily change your sleeves.
Learn how to properly replace sharps and waste receptacles on a PharmaGards NR797 or NTE797.
How to clean your Compounding Aseptic and Containment Isolators.
Smoke flow demonstration inside a NuAire Compounding Aseptic Isolator (CAI) displaying laminar airflow.
Introduction of Materials into a Compounding Aseptic Isolator.